City of Ingleside looking to house displaced residents

The City of Ingleside has put a plan in motion to get a roof over the heads of several residents facing eviction from their homes due to safety.

INGLESIDE (KIII NEWS) - The City of Ingleside has put a plan in motion to get a roof over the heads of several residents facing eviction from their homes due to safety.

During a meeting with City officials, Mayor Luis Lamas and his colleagues were able to come up with several ideas to house displaced residents. He said they were able to reach out to hotels taking more FEMA vouchers as well as land owners that would allow trailers on their property.

"We've got a lot of good ideas," Lamas said. "We're going to follow up on them and make some calls, so our hope is as soon as we get that information we're going to put it out to our citizens and try to help."

Lamas and his team started working right after the meeting and hope to come up with final solutions as soon as possible.

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